Revised HIPAA rule gives health groups new challenges

01/24/2013 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

The just-released omnibus rule on HIPAA privacy and security presents health groups with a new challenge: the need for data segmentation to ensure patient privacy protection. A provision in the rule mandates that health groups grant a patient's request not to disclose to insurers any data on treatments received if the patient pays the whole cost of those services.

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